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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Triangles, triangles........

I haven't posted on here for a while, so thought I'd pop by and let you know my progress.
I have completed all the top row triangles and joined them together, so this week decided to get a move on with the right hand side. Here is my progress.
Some of these were easy, but a couple caused a bit of torture!!! When I finally finished wrestling with the one with the circle (RS-3), I realised I had put the colours around the wrong way. Secret - I am definitely NOT going to repeat it!!! I also discovered I dislike set in seams intensely (RS-6).

RS 1-6




11 comments:

cucki said...

So lovely x

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

Beautiful shades of blue! Looks like you are doing a wonderful job! I've started my Jane and began with the triangles. Only 5 are done, but I have a stack prepared and waiting for when I have some free time from designing. I am doing this quilt with starch prepping and EPP since I am not a piecer! Keep up your good work!

Aunt 'Reen said...

Great Progress! I love all your blue fabrics, those triangles are gorgeous!

ANudge said...

What great triangles!

LynCC said...

They're so pretty! Yeah, some of those triangle are real bears.

Paula said...

Very pretty triangles.

Julianne said...

Thanks everyone for your encouragement!! So close now...........woo hoo!!!

Vicki ♥ said...

Oh wow!! You are going great and they look so good :) Well done :) Hugs Vicki x

Carmen y Prady said...

Felicidades, te quedaron preciosos, y muy bien hechos. Nos han encantado los colores.
Un beso.

ANudge said...

Those are great blocks! Now where was it you had problems - I can't see it.

Scrapatches said...

This is amazing. One of the most beautiful Dear Janes that I have seen. Fabulous work. I had the rare opportunity to see the original quilt in the Bennington Museum when I was a beginning quilter and was overwhelmed by the intricacy. I bought the book, but have never felt "experienced" enough to make even one block. Congrats! ... :) Pat